The Donald stops by the burnt-out unit,
— Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) June 9, 2015
Having lived in the resort areas of the tropics for years, I actually laughed when the NYT described Marco Rubio’s modest fishing boat as a “luxury speedboat”. Viking Pundit’s uncle from New Jersey had one like that.
Hey check it out: I put Rubio’s boat in Hillary’s swimming pool to scale. pic.twitter.com/VFpxsvYtnV
— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) June 10, 2015
Side-by-side: Marco Rubio’s Boat vs. John Kerry’s Boat.
More, much more at Twitchy.
The Rubio campaign ought to send a thank you note to the NY Times and a dozen roses by now.
Now I want the NYT to try Ted Cruz next!
Left: Marco Rubio's house. Right: Hillary Clinton's house. Clearly, Hillary can identify with the common man. pic.twitter.com/3gLEXcpdmW
— Bill Sanderson (@mrgeology) June 9, 2015
The NYT has accomplished what I believed impossible, up to now: To show a regular guy in Washington politics.
Favorable publicity money didn’t buy,
y Pacasso trae el Exótico Hotel Marigold 2
Let the good times roll!
Oliver frequently pokes fun at Latin America; Jaime Bayly has some of it in last night’s show, starting at 7:25 in the video (up to 17:00),
In case you missed them, here’s Oliver riffing Ecuador’s Rafael Correa,
John Oliver first Correa monologue.
Correa didn’t like it, so, of course, John Oliver replied.
Correa was not amused,
Comediante inglés se burla de Presidente Correa: http://t.co/S3vabttilc Si han existido comediantes ingleses? Seguro?
— Rafael Correa (@MashiRafael) February 10, 2015
But Acción Ortográfica was vigilant on the grammar,